Chloe Madison would do anything to find her missing brother. When she stumbles upon some information that leads her to a nearby military science facility, she doesn’t hesitate to sneak under the barbed wire fence and steal some files. Everything seems to be going to plan. That is, until a handsome soldier finds her with her hands in his filing cabinet. Instead of reporting her, he lets her go. She hurries home, his golden eyes all she can think of.
A broken soldier…
Captain Jackson Wolfe just returned from a hellish tour of duty in Afghanistan. Scarred and hiding terrible secrets, he is sent to a desk job. He just recently found out the hard way that he was a werewolf. Not only that, as far as he knows, he’s the only one of his kind. He knows he shouldn’t be around people and keeps to himself until he sees Chloe stealing files. He knows he should stop her, but her scent and something in her eyes stops him.
A coverup worth killing for…
When Wolfe follows Chloe to the library, he discovers that he’s not the only one of his kind. Someone doesn’t like that Chloe has been digging around, threatening to expose the secrets of her brother and the wolf shifters. In fact, they’re willing to kill to stop her.
Wolfe knows that he must protect Chloe. After all, she may be the only thing that can save him from himself.
The length of this one did it in…. It wasn’t exactly a novella, but it wasn’t quite novel length either. It had a lot of promise, but I wanted more… *sigh*
Chloe was a great female lead. She was strong, brave and totally dedicated to the people she loved. Regardless of how strong and determined she was, I think her character was the main reason why I wanted more. She had a lot to come to terms with in Wolf Six’s Salvation. The fact that she seemed to just accept whatever was thrown at her information wise… I really liked that about her, but I still think that even the strongest most level headed person in the world would still need some time to adjust to discovering a world they didn’t know existed. I liked her character and I loved her with Wolfe, but more ‘adjustment’ time would have added a lot to their story.
Wolfe was the perfect broken alpha male. I liked the whole wolf concept in this story. It was just familiar enough to go along with the shifter ‘norm’ yet unique enough to put a new spin on it. Wolfe had his own discoveries to make, but given the fact that he was part of the myth made his acceptance a little more believable.
Regardless of my qualms about Wolf Six’s Salvation‘s length and the depth that it was missing at times, I really liked this story and the world that Krista Lakes created. I saw no hints of a series with this book, but there is a fair amount of potential there. Plus, there’s still a lot that I’d like to know about the pack and its members. 😉